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Bockwoldt, Juliane C

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Department of Language and Culture

Job description:

PhD candidate since January 2016. Supervisors are professor in media and documentation studies Roswitha Skare (UiT), professor emeritus in film and media studies Bjørn Sørenssen (NTNU) and PhD in history and manager of the Tromsø University Museum Lena Aarekol (UiT). The position is connected to ENCODE.




Research interests

-          Cultural Memory

-          Museology

-          Dokumentary, Dokumentary History

-          World War II, especially the battleship Tirpitz

-          International Comparative Cultural Studies

-          Polar History

Research projects

The temporary title for my PhD research project is “The Tirpitz – the influence of the exhibitional and audio-visual mediation on the European collective memory of the history of the battleship”.

CV

2011-2014: Master in Curatorial Studies at Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main, DE, master thesis «Mediation of Sami Culture – Instruments of the Past and Today»

2008-2011: Bachelor in Scandinavian Language, Culture and Litterature and in Cultural Anthropology at Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel, DE, bachelor thesis «Einstellung zu Gegenständen – Zwischen Ware und Emotion. Eine empirische Studie auf einem Kieler Flohmarkt»

Exhibition:  Johan Adrian Jacobsen – Kaptein, etnograf, forfatter, 2013

Dokumentary: Wir sind die Eintracht Developed and realized at the class Visual Anthropology in Ethnology at Goethe-Universität in 2012/2013.

Biographical data

Born in 1988.

Teaching

Autumn 2016:

  • lecture about museum as learning centre in the bachelor course MDV-1202 What is a learning centre?
  • lecture about exhibition as mediating tool in the bachelor course MDV-1203 Library and mediation

Spring 2017:

  • 10 weeks bachelor seminar in academic writing in MDV-1001 Multi-medial documents
  • development and realization of the master course HIF-3111 Manufacturing Monsters in collaboration with two co-PhD-students

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